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Battery Switch Failure

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Well...if it worked fine before, and now does not, it would seem the switch has failed mechanically.  Take a look behind it.  Might be as simple as a bolt/nut coming loose and can be repaired.  Or might need to be replaced.  Same effort required to tun the knob as when it was working?

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There should be a distinct detent at all thre positions. Does it feel like the switch is mechanically clicking into those detents? Could be a lose, stripped or broken knob. 

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The number of batteries only dictates the number of Ah in reserve. The actual electrical loads are what matters. Blue see typically gives a peak and continuous A draw. Battery switch failures are rare, especially for a blue sea. They are well built and solid. So not impossible but rare. 

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